Shirley Temple and Phillip Seymour Hoffman Go Home

We’ve recently seen the passing of Shirley Temple Black the iconic child actress and later Ambassador and the Oscar winning Actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Ms. Temple Black passed away at age 85. Actor Hoffman left at the early age of 47. One passed on after a long full life, the other unexpectedly by accidental drug... [Read More]

More Mall Shootings Show the Uncertainty of Life

An eighteen year old young man opened fire in a busy Mall in Maryland this past Saturday. Two people were killed before he turned the gun on himself. An hour before the people that were killed in the Mall on Saturday had no idea that their lives were about to end. Hopefully they left their... [Read More]

Setting Your Course

Back in the time of Tall Sailing Ships the captains would use their sextant at night with the stars in the sky to set the ship’s course. During the day the Captain could not see the stars and would often get off course due to winds and the sea currents. However, every night they would... [Read More]

Traveling South

Many people travel south during this time of year. They’re often called “snow birds”. They may be going for a short trip or a few months. It may be to head to warmer climates. Anytime you are traveling out of your home state you want to make sure that your Healthcare legal documents work outside... [Read More]

Cold Enough to Kill!

The current weather in the Eastern part of the United States is “Is Cold Enough to Kill!” If you are out in this weather for any extended period of time you could easily suffer from hypothermia or frostbite which could lead to death due to exposure. Not only do you have to dress warmly if... [Read More]

New Year’s Resolutions!

We make New Year’s Resolutions to commit to improving our lives by taking on some needed task or change in our lives. It is often health related or money related. Both radically affect our lives. Maybe now is the time to take care of that needed planning for paying off our debt, planning for retirement... [Read More]

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!

We wish you and your loved ones a warm and gracious time with loved ones. For many of us our family consists of friends who can be closer than brothers and sisters. As the year winds down remember to be thankful for even the smallest blessings. We wish you warm feelings of contentment and joy.... [Read More]

Remain Thankful

Thankfulness is the antidote to worry. If we will count our blessings (as small as they are) by counting 5 to 10 things we are thankful for daily, we improve our lives. This is a great prescription for mental and physical health. If we focus on the gifts that we’ve received, instead of the challenges... [Read More]

Gratitude Offsets Anger and Fear

One cannot be in both Gratitude and also in Anger or Fear at the same time.  If we are in gratitude we are in polar opposite of, and unable to be in, Anger or Fear.  Anger locks us down wherein we are unable to move forward. Fear of the future also keeps us from moving... [Read More]

Failures in Obamacare Show Government’s Ineffectiveness

The President’s own political party is turning against him due to the ineffectiveness of Obamacare and it’s eliminating health insurance for those who already have medical coverage. It appears that not only is the Government unable to provide a Website, or other way to obtain health insurance, but it is canceling the health insurance of... [Read More]